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Trump rails against "hateful" Democrats at Texas rallyPresident targeted Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Beto O'Rourke
Buttigieg, Klobuchar each raise more than $1 million after debateBernie Sanders raised $620,000 but still holds the lead in fundraising
Mulvaney says delay in Ukraine aid linked to DOJ investigationThe acting White House chief of staff said a delay in millions of dollars in aid to Ukraine was due to concerns about corruption. Mick Mulvaney's comments sparked a firestorm, and he is now trying to walk them back. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
White House says next G-7 summit will be at Trump propertyPresident Trump's decision to hold the next G-7 summit at one of his private resorts in Florida is raising concerns. Some say the president is profiting from his position of power. Major Garrett reports.
Remembering the legacy of Elijah CummingsRepresentative Elijah Cummings died at the age of 68. The longtime Baltimore congressman is being honored by his colleagues in Congress and local leaders from the community he served. Chip Reid takes a look back at his life and legacy.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Mulvaney comments on Ukraine aidMulvaney issued a statement late Thursday afternoon to clarify his earlier remarks at the White House about the administration's pressure on Ukraine
Half a million kids could lose free school lunchesThe proposal would tighten access to food stamps, and tens of thousands of children would lose automatic eligibility for free meals
Mulvaney: Probing 2016 election was a factor in withholding Ukraine aidActing White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney undercut President Trump's claim that there was no quid pro quo in the decision to withhold aid from Ukraine. Jeff Mason, a White House correspondent for Reuters, Amber Phillips, who covers Congress for the Washington Post, and Christina Ruffini, a CBS News foreign affairs reporter, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about Mulvaney's comments, as well as the deal struck with Turkey on a ceasefire in Syria.
Rick Perry tells Trump he's resigning as energy secretaryPerry has served since the beginning of the Trump administration
Kurd commander accepts ceasefire termsVice President Mike Pence announced that Turkish President Erdogan agreed to a ceasefire in northern Syria. The president called it a "great day for civilization." Charlie D'Agata reports from Iraq.